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My veo 1 is supposed to turn off automatically after 2 hours of inactivity (no prior dives). Instead, it counts up to two hours and then resets the surf interval to 0:00 and begins counting up again. Any way to easily fix this?

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Hi,


Please check the manual if it helps:-


http://www.oceanicworldwide.com/pdf/12-2373-r03.pdf


Also you can contact the customer service in the bellow link:-


http://www.scubabasics.com/help.php


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Generally dive computer batteries are NOT a do it yourself job and need an authorised dealer to undertake. It is imperative that the correct battery is used and that the watch is pressure tested for leaks and calibration. I recommend you send your computer to an authorised scuba service centre. Sorry, hope that helps.

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The operator's manual for the Veo 100NX is available here: http://www.oceanicworldwide.com/p_computers_veo100nx_manuals.html . The direct link to the PDF is: http://www.oceanicworldwide.com/pdf/12-2725-r02.pdf .

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